News archive from 2 June 2018

NHS cancer patients 'failing to be correctly monitored'

NHS cancer patients 'failing to be correctly monitored'

Cancer patients in the UK may not receive enough follow-up after a diagnosis, a new study by researchers in Chicago suggests. The study, presented at the annual American Society of Clinical Oncology in Chicago, suggests five years of monitoring is...

Guardian, 00:09 in Health
 
Junk food deals and adverts face fresh restrictions

Junk food deals and adverts face fresh restrictions

Two-for-one junk food deals and the sale of sweets and chocolates around supermarket checkouts will reportedly be banned under a new government campaign against child obesity. A 9pm television watershed like the one imposed on sex and violence will be...

Guardian, 00:09 in Health
 

Watch as Brazil's international squad arrive in Liverpool

The Brazil international squad was spotted arriving in Liverpool tonight ahead of Sunday's match against Croatia. Liverpool player Roberto Firmino was seen getting off the team bus with teammates Philippe Coutinho, Alisson and Marcelo. After greeting...

 

Goalkeeper Alisson arrives in Liverpool ahead of international friendly

Goalkeeper Alisson arrived in Liverpool tonight ahead of an international friendly between Brazil and Croatia. The Roma player stepped off the train at Runcorn station with his team mates, before travelling into Liverpool. Fans gathered at the station...

 

Find out if any of your old paper car tax discs are worth hundreds of pounds

They say that one man's trash is another man's treasure - and, certainly, we've seen lots of examples over the years of our old stuff, which we might have been tempted to throw out, being worth much more than we realised. Now, it seems that it's the...

 
Boom in small music festivals put punters at risk, experts say

Boom in small music festivals put punters at risk, experts say

The boom in the number of small music festivals with inexperienced, cost-cutting organisers could be putting festivalgoers at risk, experts have warned. Last-minute cancellations which leave punters stranded, inadequate health and safety measures and...

 
Aston Villa EXCLUSIVE: Jack Grealish hit with whopping £40m price tag

Aston Villa EXCLUSIVE: Jack Grealish hit with whopping £40m price tag

Chinese owner Tony Xia has sanctioned the sale of the 22-year-old following Villa’s failure to earn promotion into the Premier League. Villa were beaten 1-0 by Fulham in the Championship play-off final last Saturday. And it is understood Xia is...

Daily Star, 00:14 in Sport
 

Central defender eyed by Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez

Newcastle United have been linked with a move for Ghana international defender Kasim Nuhu. Reports in Africa claim the Magpies have opened up talks with the Young Boys centre-half, after Swiss newspapers first reported Rafa Benitez’s interest last...

 
Credit card holders warned spending could be ‘frozen’ under new rules

Credit card holders warned spending could be ‘frozen’ under new rules

Get your credit card finances in order or we’ll pull the plug on your plastic! That is the warning to millions of credit card holders from the Royal Bank of Scotland/NatWest group, who are being sent new terms and conditions giving the company the...

Guardian, 00:16 in Business
 
Talking Horses: Saxon Warrior can justify favouritism in the Derby

Talking Horses: Saxon Warrior can justify favouritism in the Derby

After all the dithering this week about ground, distance and stalls position, it is time for punters to make up their minds about the longstanding Derby favourite, Saxon Warrior (4.30). Most of us have probably gone back and forth over the same...

Guardian, 00:18 in Sport
 

You need dedication to be tickled orange

HE'D have been Tickled Orange! Around 50 floor plaques commemorating Spen's famous - and infamous! - sons and daughters are being installed across the length and breadth of the valley by the local civic society. And the first is already in place -...

 

Rachel Reeves: We cannot have ‘business as usual’ after Carillion

THE collapse of Carillion was a devastating blow to the firm’s workers, pensioners, suppliers and creditors. As chair of the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee, I led the inquiry into Carillion with my colleague Frank Field. The...

 

Tom Hamilton: It’s funny how PMQs is taken so seriously

PRIME Minister’s Questions, the weekly half-hour in which Theresa May faces Jeremy Corbyn and MPs from all parties, fielding questions on any topic, divides opinion. Some people love it: the clash of ideas and policies, the cutting jokes and...

 

David Behrens: Is the answer to our woes a blackcurrant-flavoured future?

NOSTALGIA isn’t what it used to be – especially on a Sunday afternoon, apparently. Fewer of us than ever are likely to cook a roast dinner on a weekend because, according to a survey this week, it is too much trouble. At the same time, convenient...

 

The Yorkshire Post says: Action stations over crime rise. Transport police’s vital role

ON A poignant weekend that will see commemorations to mark the first anniversary of the London Bridge and Borough Market terror attack, it was a heroic British Transport Police officer, Wayne Marques, who was one of the first people to confront the...

 


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